The company that bought the boardwalk: a reporter's story of how Resorts International came to Atlantic City
A detailed examination of Resorts International's financial dealings and of the company's connections with Watergate and such figures as Bebe Rebozo and Robert Vesco draws on FBI Justice Department records
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